Any possibility of Conor McGregor participating in UFC200 in July appears to be at an end.
The Dublin fighter was set to take on Nate Diaz in a rematch at the event but threw plans into chaos when he announced his retirement on Twitter more than a week ago.
He has since changed his mind and appears to be pushing to be back on the card, but UFC boss Dana White has insisted he will not take part.
At a special UFC conference on TV show Good Morning America, the new headline fight for the Las Vegas event was confirmed.
Jon Jones is to take on Daniel Cormier for the title of UFC Light Heavyweight Champion.
Jones previously beat Cormier in a unanimous decision at UFC 185 before losing his title after being involved in a hit-and-run incident last year.
After multiple swings and roundabouts since this saga began, it looks like Conor has the summer off.